Chocolate-Covered Matzah Recipe
Celebrate Passover with a sweet treat! Sure, you already eat matzah during this Jewish holiday. But, what else can you do with it? You can add a few eggs and fry it. Or, you can turn it into a dessert. If matzah and dessert don’t seem to go together, think again. Get the family together for this easy-to-make holiday recipe! Chocolate matzah is a fun way to dress up the (sometimes) blank food, without having to do any serious cooking.
- Matzah (the more you use, the thinner the chocolate will be)
- ¾ cup of chocolate chips or broken apart chocolate bars (use either milk, dark or white)
- ¾ cup brown sugar
- 1 ½ sticks butter
- Cover a cookie sheet with foil. Put the matzah on top (place each piece next to one another).
- Melt the butter and brown sugar together in a saucepan over low heat.
- Pour the butter-sugar mixture over the matzah.
- Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
- Put the matzah in the oven for two minutes to warm it (and the butter) up.
- Scatter the chocolate over the butter-covered matzah. It should melt. If it doesn’t, pop the matzah (with the chocolate) back into the oven for one minute. Use a spatula to press and spread the chocolate over the matzah.
- Freeze the matzah until the chocolate hardens) ideally overnight).
- Take the matzah out of the freezer and eat.
If you use white chocolate you can add food coloring to make a rainbow dessert!